About BaganMore about Bagan
Maybe this is why the area is so beloved by visitors. Here are some facts about the town. Bagan, formerly known as'Pagan' was the capitol of today's Myanmar in the ninth to thirteenth centuries. Situated in the Mandalay area of Myanmar. Out of the 10,000 Buddhaist shrines, palagodas and convents that were built in the Bagan plains in the eleventh to thirteenth centuries, 2,000 are still preserved.
Maybe this is why the area is so beloved by visitors. Here are some facts about the town. The Bagan Archaeological Zone is the major tourist destination in the town. It is affectionately known as the "Sea of Temples". A few of these are: Ananda Temple, Thatbinnyu Temple, Htilominlo Temple, Myinkaba Gubyaukgyi Temple, and Shwezigon Pagoda among many others.
The weather in Bagan is relatively steady, providing more light than any other town in Myanmar. The Bagan family is considered the best in Asia. The Bagan is as tradition as a town can be. There is not a sham eful way of entertaining in the town. Although going the narrow roads between the shrines and holdfasts is the best way to see the town of the temple, there are ballooning trips that will make the trips in any other town you know look like child's play. However, it is also possible to go on a tour in a small town.
It is best to photograph the town from a warm aerial photograph. And the best way to see Bagan is a Temple Hop Itinerary. It is best to come to Bagan from November to May when precipitation is low. You can either take a plane to Nyaung U airport, just a few minutes by car from the town, or take a coach or rail from Mandalay or Yangon to see more of the area.
One of the least expensive travel destination. For photographers who like ancient places and religions, the only option is as good as Angkor Wat in Cambodia Bagan in Myanmar.